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#1 Edithb201


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Posted 24 August 2010 - 05:45 PM

:huh: Please Help me!! I upgraded from a window vista basic to the next one. It upgraded great & was running great till the windows was doing the updates. Now its stuck on confirming update 3 at 98% says do not turn off computer which I have not done.. then the computer will restart right back to comfirming update 3 at 98% this keeps going on. Can't bring up my windows or taskbar or nothing else so I can see what the problem is. So far I tryed to reinstall the DVD Window Vista, I tryed to bring up restore,promt command. even a recovery, tryed everything, but only get the comfirming update. I can't do nothing with it. So please help!!! I'm having withdraws :huh: from my computer
Thank You edithb201

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#2 AustinTerry


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Posted 26 August 2010 - 07:33 AM

No idea what stevephillips79 is talking about...

But anyway... so you say you are trying to upgrade from Vista Home Basic to Vista Home Premium? (or Windows 7?)

The Windows Anytime Upgrade is no longer available for Windows Vista, so did you buy a retail version?
How are you trying to upgrade?

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